College of Education and Human Development

Tufts to apply Allan’s hazing research on campus, Tufts Daily reports

The Tufts Daily, the student newspaper of Tufts University, reported the school has joined a Hazing Prevention Consortium under the organization StopHazing. Elizabeth Allan, a professor of higher education at the University of Maine, is president of StopHazing and has conducted national studies on hazing. According to Kevin Kraft, Tufts’ director of community standards, joining the consortium means the university will apply Allan’s research on campus as part of a three-year effort to address community engagement around inclusivity.